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  9. Yamagishi Genki et al. Molecular characterization of insulin from squamate reptiles reveals sequence diversity and possible adaptive evolution. (2016) GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY 0016-6480 1095-6840 225 197-211
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  10. Javier Zamora-Camacho Fran... et al. Elevational variation in body-temperature response to immune challenge in a lizard. (2016) PEERJ 2167-8359 4
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    Független, Idéző: 24456314, Kapcsolat: 24456314
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  14. Lourdais O et al. Cold climate specialization: Adaptive covariation between metabolic rate and thermoregulation in pregnant vipers. (2013) PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR 0031-9384 119 149-155
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    Független, Idéző: 23231392, Kapcsolat: 23231392
  15. Robert K et al. Small-scale thermal responses of hydrothermal vent polynoid polychaetes: preliminary in situ experiments and methodological development.. (2012) JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY 0022-0981 420-421 69-76
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  16. Harvey DS et al. Thermal ecology of Massasauga Rattlesnakes (Sistrurus catenatus) near their northern range limit. (2011) CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY 0008-4301 1480-3283 89 1 60-68
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  17. Bleu J et al. Mating Does Not Influence Reproductive Investment, in a Viviparous Lizard. (2011) JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ZOOLOGY PART A-ECOLOGICAL GENETICS AND PHYSIOLOGY 1932-5223 1932-5231 315A 8 458-464
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  18. Lacey EP et al. Floral Reflectance, Color, and Thermoregulation: What Really Explains Geographic Variation in Thermal Acclimation Ability of Ectotherms?. (2010) AMERICAN NATURALIST 0003-0147 1537-5323 175 3 335-349
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  19. Besson AA et al. A cold-adapted reptile becomes a more effective thermoregulator in a thermally challenging environment. (2010) OECOLOGIA 0029-8549 1432-1939 163 3 571-581
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  22. Sos T. Review of recent taxonomic and nomenclatural changes in European Amphibia and Reptilia Class related to Romanian herpetofauna. (2008) Herpetologica Romanica 1842-9203 2 61-91
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  23. Rock J et al. Extreme variation in body temperature in a nocturnal thigmothermic lizard. (2008) HERPETOLOGICAL JOURNAL 0268-0130 18 2 69-76
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Hettyey Attila et al. Social environment and reproductive interference affect reproductive success in the frog Rana latastei. (2003) BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY 1045-2249 1465-7279 14 294-300, 2365164
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    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[30704531] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 30704531, Kapcsolat: 28659340
  2. Tsurui-Sato K. et al. Reproductive interference in live-bearing fish: the male guppy is a potential biological agent for eradicating invasive mosquitofish. (2019) SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 2045-2322 9
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[31076909] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 31076909, Kapcsolat: 28659337
  3. Auld Heather L. et al. Advancing mate choice studies in salmonids. (2019) REVIEWS IN FISH BIOLOGY AND FISHERIES 0960-3166 1573-5184 29 2 249-276
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[31076912] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 31076912, Kapcsolat: 28659343
  4. Scheele Benjamin C. et al. Disease-associated change in an amphibian life-history trait. (2017) OECOLOGIA 0029-8549 1432-1939 184 4 825-833
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[30378205] [Admin approved]
    Független, Idéző: 30378205, Kapcsolat: 27787605
  5. Kyogoku Daisuke et al. A generalized population dynamics model for reproductive interference with absolute density dependence. (2017) SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 2045-2322 7
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[26731256] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 26731256, Kapcsolat: 27787606
  6. ILIĆ M et al. IDENTIFICATION OF SYNTOPIC ANURAN SPECIES IN EARLY TADPOLE STAGES: CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN MORPHOMETRIC AND GENETIC DATA. (2016) APPLIED ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH 1589-1623 1785-0037 14 2 381-397
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[25602677] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 25602677, Kapcsolat: 27787609
  7. Hersh Evan et al. Attack of the clones: reproductive interference between sexuals and asexuals in the Crepis agamic complex. (2016) ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION 2045-7758 6 18 6473-6483
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[30378206] [Admin approved]
    Független, Idéző: 30378206, Kapcsolat: 27787607
  8. Kyogoku Daisuke. Reproductive interference: ecological and evolutionary consequences of interspecific promiscuity. (2015) POPULATION ECOLOGY 1438-3896 1438-390X 57 2 253-260
    Journal Article/Notices/Popularizing article (Journal Article)/Scientific[30378211] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 30378211, Kapcsolat: 27787614
  9. Matute Daniel. Noisy Neighbors Can Hamper the Evolution of Reproductive Isolation by Reinforcing Selection. (2015) AMERICAN NATURALIST 0003-0147 1537-5323 185 2 253-269
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[24854364] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 24854364, Kapcsolat: 27787617
  10. Hamel Jennifer et al. Male mate choice and female receptivity lead to reproductive interference. (2015) BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY 0340-5443 1432-0762 69 6 951-956
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[30378212] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 30378212, Kapcsolat: 27787615
  11. Sacchi R. et al. Male calling activity in syntopic populations of Rana latastei and Rana dalmatina (Amphibia: Anura). (2015) ITALIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY 1125-0003 82 1 124-132
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[30378213] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 30378213, Kapcsolat: 27787616
  12. Takakura Koh-Ichi et al. Island biogeography as a test of reproductive interference. (2015) POPULATION ECOLOGY 1438-3896 1438-390X 57 2 307-319
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[30378207] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 30378207, Kapcsolat: 27787610
  13. Nishida Takayoshi et al. Host specialization by reproductive interference between closely related herbivorous insects. (2015) POPULATION ECOLOGY 1438-3896 1438-390X 57 2 273-281
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[30378209] [Admin approved]
    Független, Idéző: 30378209, Kapcsolat: 27787612
  14. Noriyuki Suzuki. Host selection in insects: reproductive interference shapes behavior of ovipositing females. (2015) POPULATION ECOLOGY 1438-3896 1438-390X 57 2 293-305
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[30378208] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 30378208, Kapcsolat: 27787611
  15. Takakura Koh-Ichi et al. Conflicting intersexual mate choices maintain interspecific sexual interactions. (2015) POPULATION ECOLOGY 1438-3896 1438-390X 57 2 261-271
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[30378210] [Admin approved]
    Független, Idéző: 30378210, Kapcsolat: 27787613
  16. Simović A et al. Unusual amplexuses between anurans and caudates. (2014) HERPETOLOGY NOTES 2071-5773 7 1 25-29
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[24456335] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 24456335, Kapcsolat: 24456335
  17. Wolf J.B. et al. Genotype-by-Environment Interactions when the Social Environment Contains Genes. (2014) In: Genotype-by-Environment Interactions and Sexual Selection pp. 63-97
    Chapter in Book/Chapter (Chapter in Book)/Scientific[31174554] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 31174554, Kapcsolat: 28802850
  18. Kyogoku D et al. The mechanism of the fecundity reduction in Callosobruchus maculatus caused by Callosobruchus chinensis males. (2013) POPULATION ECOLOGY 1438-3896 1438-390X 55 1 87-93
    Journal Article[23230449] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23230449, Kapcsolat: 23230449
  19. Han X et al. Does life history shape sexual size dimorphism in anurans? A comparative analysis. (2013) BMC EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY 1471-2148 13
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[23231366] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23231366, Kapcsolat: 23231366
  20. Kyogoku D et al. The presence of heterospecific males causes an Allee effect. (2012) POPULATION ECOLOGY 1438-3896 1438-390X 54 3 391-395
    Journal Article[23230450] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23230450, Kapcsolat: 23230450
  21. Joachim BL et al. Mating preferences of Amazon mollies (Poecilia formosa) in multi-host populations. (2012) BEHAVIOUR 0005-7959 1568-539X 149 2 233-249
    Journal Article[23230451] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23230451, Kapcsolat: 23230451
  22. Byrne PG et al. Evolutionary causes and consequences of sequential polyandry in anuran amphibians. (2012) BIOLOGICAL REVIEWS 1464-7931 87 1 209-228
    Journal Article[23230452] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23230452, Kapcsolat: 23230452
  23. Kishi S et al. Competition experiments reviewed in light of reproductive interference. (2012) JAPANESE JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY 0021-5007 62 2 225-238
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[24456350] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 24456350, Kapcsolat: 24456350
  24. Okuzaki Y et al. Resource partitioning or reproductive isolation: the ecological role of body size differences among closely related species in sympatry. (2010) JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY 0021-8790 1365-2656 79 2 383-392
    Journal Article[23230453] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23230453, Kapcsolat: 23230453
  25. Takakura KI et al. Reproductive interference and salinity tolerance differentiate habitat use between two alien cockleburs: Xanthium occidentale and X. italicum (Compositae). (2010) PLANT ECOLOGY 1385-0237 1573-5052 206 2 309-319
    Journal Article[23230454] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23230454, Kapcsolat: 23230454
  26. Ficetola GF et al. Polygyny, census and effective population size in the threatened frog, Rana latastei. (2010) ANIMAL CONSERVATION 1367-9430 13 82-89
    Journal Article[23230455] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23230455, Kapcsolat: 23230455
  27. Dzieweczynski TL et al. Male Siamese Fighting Fish, Betta splendens, Increase Rather than Conceal Courtship Behavior when a Rival is Present. (2009) ETHOLOGY 0179-1613 1439-0310 115 2 186-195
    Journal Article[23230456] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23230456, Kapcsolat: 23230456
  28. Navas CA et al. Thermal relationships and exercise physiology in anuran amphibians: Integration and evolutionary implications. (2008) COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR & INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY 1095-6433 1531-4332 151 3 344-362
    Journal Article[23230458] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23230458, Kapcsolat: 23230458
  29. Yu BG et al. The ethogram and activity rhythm of capative Paa spinosa during breeding period. (2008) SHENGTAI XUEBAO / ACTA ECOLOGICA SINICA 1000-0933 1872-2032 28 12 6371-6378
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[24456359] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 24456359, Kapcsolat: 24456359
  30. Groning J et al. Reproductive interference between animal species. (2008) QUARTERLY REVIEW OF BIOLOGY 0033-5770 1539-7718 83 3 257-282
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    Független, Idéző: 23230459, Kapcsolat: 23230459
  31. Reyer HU. Mating with the wrong species can be right. (2008) TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION 0169-5347 23 6 289-292
    Journal Article[23230460] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23230460, Kapcsolat: 23230460
  32. Lesbarreres D et al. Male breeding success is predicted by call frequency in a territorial species, the agile frog (Rana dalmatina). (2008) CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY 0008-4301 1480-3283 86 11 1273-1279
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    Független, Idéző: 23230461, Kapcsolat: 23230461
  33. Tynkkynen K et al. Hybridization in Calopteryx damselflies: the role of males. (2008) ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR 0003-3472 1095-8282 75 1431-1439
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    Független, Idéző: 23230462, Kapcsolat: 23230462
  34. Wells KD. The ecology and behavior of amphibians. (2007)
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    Független, Idéző: 23231361, Kapcsolat: 23231362
  35. Hochkirch A et al. Sympatry with the devil: reproductive interference could hamper species coexistence. (2007) JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY 0021-8790 1365-2656 76 4 633-642
    Journal Article[23230463] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23230463, Kapcsolat: 23230463
  36. Thum RA. Reproductive interference, priority effects and the maintenance of parapatry in Skistodiaptomus copepods. (2007) OIKOS 0030-1299 1600-0706 116 5 759-768
    Journal Article[23230464] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23230464, Kapcsolat: 23230464
  37. Groning J et al. Reproductive interference in two ground-hopper species: testing hypotheses of coexistence in the field. (2007) OIKOS 0030-1299 1600-0706 116 9 1449-1460
    Journal Article[23230465] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23230465, Kapcsolat: 23230465
  38. Vasquez T et al. Looking on the bright side: females prefer coloration indicative of male size and condition in the sexually dichromatic spadefoot toad, Scaphiopus couchii. (2007) BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY 0340-5443 1432-0762 62 1 127-135
    Journal Article[23230466] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23230466, Kapcsolat: 23230466
  39. Hibler TL et al. The effect of visual obstructions on the sexual behaviour of guppies: the importance of privacy. (2006) ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR 0003-3472 1095-8282 72 959-964
    Journal Article[23230467] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23230467, Kapcsolat: 23230467
  40. Ficetola GF et al. Testing experimental results in the field: Reply to Hettyey and Pearman. (2006) ETHOLOGY 0179-1613 1439-0310 112 9 932-933
    Journal Article[23230468] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23230468, Kapcsolat: 23230468
  41. Ficetola G et al. Temporal variability of spawning site selection in the frog Rana dalmatina: consequences for habitat management. (2006) ANIMAL BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION 1578-665X 29 2 157-163
    Journal Article[21031871] [Admin approved]
    Független, Idéző: 21031871, Kapcsolat: 23231364
  42. Cooley JR et al. Reconstructing asymmetrical reproductive character displacement in a periodical cicada contact zone. (2006) JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY 1010-061X 1420-9101 19 3 855-868
    Journal Article[23230470] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23230470, Kapcsolat: 23230470
  43. Dame EA et al. Behavioural mechanisms of invasion and displacement in Pacific island geckos (Hemidactylus). (2006) ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR 0003-3472 1095-8282 71 1165-1173
    Journal Article[23230471] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23230471, Kapcsolat: 23230471
  44. Pearl CA et al. Observations of interspecific amplexus between western North American ranid frogs and the introduced American bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana) and an hypothesis concerning breeding interference. (2005) AMERICAN MIDLAND NATURALIST 0003-0031 154 1 126-134
    Journal Article[23230473] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23230473, Kapcsolat: 23230473
  45. Ficetola GF et al. Interspecific social interactions and breeding success of the frog Rana latastei: A field study. (2005) ETHOLOGY 0179-1613 1439-0310 111 8 764-774
    Journal Article[23230475] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23230475, Kapcsolat: 23230475
Reyer Heinz-Ulrich et al. Variation in fertilisation abilities between hemiclonal hybrid and sexual parental males of sympatric water frogs (Rana lessonae, R. esculenta, R. ridibunda). (2003) BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY 0340-5443 1432-0762 54 274-284, 2365163
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    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[31076906] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 31076906, Kapcsolat: 28659332
  2. Dedukh Dmitry et al. Mutual maintenance of di- and triploid Pelophylax esculentus hybrids in R-E systems: results from artificial crossings experiments. (2017) BMC EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY 1471-2148 17
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[30378217] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 30378217, Kapcsolat: 27787622
  3. Dolezalkova Marie et al. Is premeiotic genome elimination an exclusive mechanism for hemiclonal reproduction in hybrid males of the genus Pelophylax?. (2016) BMC GENETICS 1471-2156 17
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[30378218] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 30378218, Kapcsolat: 27787623
  4. Bove Pasquale et al. The role of deleterious mutations in the stability of hybridogenetic water frog complexes. (2014) BMC EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY 1471-2148 14
    Journal Article[24454449] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 24454449, Kapcsolat: 24454449
  5. Zeng Yu et al. Evolution of sperm morphology in anurans: insights into the roles of mating system and spawning location. (2014) BMC EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY 1471-2148 14
    Journal Article[24454450] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 24454450, Kapcsolat: 24454450
  6. Mi ZP et al. Testis asymmetry and sperm length in Rhacophorus omeimontis.. (2012) ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE 0289-0003 29 6 369-372
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[23060788] [Admin approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23060788, Kapcsolat: 23230429
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